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PR470 PULSAR® Rail Spec Long Sleeve Polo Shirt (GO/RT)

PR470 PULSAR® Rail Spec Long Sleeve Polo Shirt (GO/RT)

Pulsar

Thermal rail spec (GO/RT) polo shirt. Thermally applied stretchy 3M™ Scotchlite™ Reflective Tape helps to reduce restriction of movement. 140gsm 100% polyester bird-eye knit fabric with added moisture wicking treatment to improve comfort. Colour: Hi-Vis Orange. Sizes: S-3XL.

Code: 652173


Pulsar

£17.25 Each (ex. VAT)

£20.70 inc. VAT
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PR470 PULSAR® Rail Spec Long Sleeve Polo Shirt (GO/RT)

Thermally applied stretchy 3M™ Scotchlite™ Reflective Tape helps to reduce restriction of movement.
140gsm 100% polyester bird-eye knit fabric with added moisture wicking treatment to improve comfort.
Fabric certified to Solar Protection Factor rating 50+ ensuring total protection from harmful UV rays.
Stand up knitted collar and cuffs with contrast tipping for a professional look.
Traditional 3 button placket.
Extended back length.
EN471 Class 3
GO/RT 3279 | RIS-3279
SPF 50+
Colour: Hi-vis Orange
Sizes: S-3XL.

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer Pulsar
Manufacturer Code PR470

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